30/04/2019 Hardware Supplies
Wind-Water Tight and Cargo Worthy Used Shipping/Storage Containers for sale.
Size - 40ft x 8ft x 8.5ft
External Width 2,440mm 8ft
External Height 2,590mm 8 ft 6 in
Interior Width 2,350 mm 7ft 8.5 in
Interior Height 2,392 mm 7 ft 10.2 in
Interior Length 12,032 mm 39 ft 5.7 in
Door Width 2,338 mm 92.1 in
Door Height 2,280 mm 89.7 in
Cubic Capacity 67.6 cu m 2,389 cu ft
Tare Weight 3,730 kg 8,223 lbs
Max. Payload 26,750 kg 58,793 lbs
Max. Gross Weight 30,480 kg 67,196 lbs
Note: Specifications may vary slightly according to manufacturer
Shipping and Delivery
Shipping cost depends on the distance of delivery location from our yard. Please
ensure that the delivery location would have easy access and enough place for the container to
be dropped. We use tilt bed / self unloading trucks which require around 120ft of straight
length, 14ft width and 14ft height to properly unload the container. Also please make sure that
there are no wires overhead which might hinder the drop.
The container would be delivered in 10-14 business days from the date of payment received.
Preparing Your Site
The most common issue after delivery is that the doors don't open and close easily.
Even though containers are all steel, if they are on uneven surfaces or loaded heavy to one
side, they can twist just slightly enough for the doors not to line up properly and be very
difficult to open and close. The best solution is to place wood blocks under the door frame
(and ideally the length of the container). This will ensure your doors line up properly and
Overall condition of the containers:
Wind & Water Tight (WWT) – A criterion under which containers are literally “wind
and water tight”. In short, if you lock yourself inside the container, you should not see any
light coming through the panels or roof. It should be noted that this criterion however makes
no reference to the quality of the understructure. A WWT container should therefore not be
considered safe for the transport of cargo; unless it is explicitly confirmed it meets the CSC.
WWT is commonly used to describe and qualify used storage containers.
Cargo Worthy (CWO) – Criterion under which a used shipping container is deemed
suitable for the transport of cargo under TIR / UIC / CSC, and meets all the standards laid out
in its original specification. The CW Cargo worthy standard generally implies that the
container has a valid CSC. The meaning of Cargo Worthy has no correlation to an esthetics
value. Cargo Worthy is a condition of structural integrity. Cargo Worthiness can be certified
by a third party container surveyor pursuant to a physical inspection of the used shipping
Please Note: All CWO and WWT units will have some surface rust. The doors may be
firm to open. The flooring would be sturdy. The container would not have any leaks.
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